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study abroad りゅうがく する
How to say “study abroad” in Japanese? “りゅうがく する”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “りゅうがく する” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on study abroad in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Japanese word: りゅうがく する (ryūgaku suru)

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Break it down: "りゅう" (ryū) can be associated with "fluid" or "flow" – think of flowing or moving (studying abroad involves moving to a different place). "がく" (gaku) is associated with learning or studying (as in 学校 gakkō, school). So, "りゅうがく" (ryūgaku) can be thought of as "moving to study."
2. Visual mnemonics: Visualize a student packing bags, setting out on a journey to study in a different country.

Explanations:
– りゅうがく (ryÅ«gaku): studying abroad.
– する (suru): a verb meaning "to do."

When combined, りゅうがく する (ryūgaku suru) means "to study abroad."

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 留学する (りゅうがくする, ryÅ«gaku suru): same kanji characters, different script (kanji) usage.

Conjugations:
1. Present/Future Tense:
– りゅうがく する (ryÅ«gaku suru) – to study abroad / will study abroad
– Example: 来年、私はアメリカにりゅうがく するつもりです。 (Rainen, watashi wa Amerika ni ryÅ«gaku suru tsumori desu.) – I intend to study abroad in America next year.

2. Past Tense:
– りゅうがく した (ryÅ«gaku a) – studied abroad
– Example: 彼は昨年フランスにりゅうがく した。 (Kare wa sakunen Furansu ni ryÅ«gaku a.) – He studied abroad in France last year.

3. Negative Present Tense:
– りゅうがく しない (ryÅ«gaku shinai) – do not study abroad / will not study abroad
– Example: 今年はりゅうがく しないつもりです。 (Kotoshi wa ryÅ«gaku shinai tsumori desu.) – I do not plan to study abroad this year.

4. Negative Past Tense:
– りゅうがく しなかった (ryÅ«gaku shinakatta) – did not study abroad
– Example: 彼女は高校の時にりゅうがく しなかった。 (Kanojo wa kōkō no toki ni ryÅ«gaku shinakatta.) – She did not study abroad when she was in high school.

5. Polite Present/Future Tense:
– りゅうがく します (ryÅ«gaku shimasu) – study abroad (will study abroad)
– Example: 私の弟は来年イギリスにりゅうがく します。 (Watashi no otōto wa rainen Igirisu ni ryÅ«gaku shimasu.) – My younger brother will study abroad in the UK next year.

6. Polite Past Tense:
– りゅうがく しました (ryÅ«gaku shimaa) – studied abroad
– Example: 彼らは二年前にりゅうがく しました。 (Karera wa ninen mae ni ryÅ«gaku shimaa.) – They studied abroad two years ago.

Examples of Sentences that Use It:
1. 彼女は大学でりゅうがく したいと思っています。(Kanojo wa daigaku de ryÅ«gaku ai to omotteimasu.) – She wants to study abroad in college.
2. いつりゅうがく するつもりですか?(Itsu ryÅ«gaku suru tsumori desu ka?) – When do you plan to study abroad?
3. 留学することは新しい文化を学ぶいい機会です。(RyÅ«gaku suru koto wa atarashÄ« bunka o manabu ii kikai desu.) – Studying abroad is a great opportunity to learn about a new culture.
4. 私たちは一緒にりゅうがく するつもりです。(Wataachi wa issho ni ryÅ«gaku suru tsumori desu.) – We plan to study abroad together.
5. 彼は日本にりゅうがく しなかった。(Kare wa Nihon ni ryÅ«gaku shinakatta.) – He did not study abroad in Japan.

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